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Mine is............

Manufactured By / Computer Model:

Gateway / 838GM

OS:

Windows Media Center

CPU:

Intel Pentium 4, 3.0 GHz (2959MHz) HT

Graphics Card:

NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200 256 MB PCI

Sound Card:

Realtek HD Audio

Hard Drive:

200 GB SATA (7200 RPM)

Memory:

1.47 GB DDR Dual-Channel

Internet Connection:

WIFI / Cable

Other:

CanoScan LiDE 25 (Scanner), Canon PIXMA iP1600 (Printer)

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Mine is very old :( but it works really good with what I have

Manufactured By / Computer Model:

Compaq Presario

OS:

Windows XP Pro

CPU:

AMD Athlon 800Mhz

Graphics Card:

NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200 128MB AGP 8X

Hard Drive:

60GB ATA

250GB ATA

Memory:

1 GB SDRAM DIMM (133Mhz)

Internet Connection:

Cable 512Kbps

Why I haven't changed it? Well it runs PSX games fine, Nintendo 64">N64 games fine, all older console emus perfect. I play Civilization IV fine when it says it requires 1.4Ghz procesor. Photoshop and Flash work fine too. I'm not really into FPS (High end requirement games) so I haven't tried Half-Life 2 or Fear. But I will upgrade soon to P4 3.2Ghz or that's the plan anyways. Oh it also ran Fable fine so I see no need to upgrade just yet.

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Manufactured By / Computer Model:

Custom Made :P / Alien Fans (blue light)

OS:

Professional Windows XP

CPU:

Intel Pentium 4, 2.81 GHz

Graphics Card:

NVIDIA GeForce FX 128 MB

Sound Card:

Realtek AC97 Audio

Hard Drive:

160 GB

120 GB

Memory:

512 MB

Internet Connection:

Verizon DSL

Other:

Canon S50 Digital Camera, Canon RebelX SLR, CanoScan Scanner (old), HP Portable 385, HP Deskjet Printer, Apple iPod 20GB

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Manufactured By / Computer Model:

ME. And none of that neon l33t crap, just a Broadway blue case, 3 fans, PC CHIPS M870 ATX AMD Motherboard

OS:

Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition + Service Pack 1

CPU:

AMD Sempron 64 2800+

Graphics Card:

ATI Radeon 9800 SE 128MB, Viewsonic G790 19" @ 1280, Dell Monitor 17" @ 1280 (these monitors are both ANCIENT)

Sound Card:

Sound Blaster Audigy

Hard Drive:

Western Digital 80GB EIDE + fan x2 (C: & R:)

Maxtor 160GB EIDE + fan (Q:)

Memory:

1 GB (512MB x2)

Internet Connection:

Roadrunner Time Warner Cable

Other:

HP Laserjet 4 laser printer (the oldest piece of hardware in my system)

Nikon Coolpix 3MP digital camera

Microtek 4800 Scanmaker flatbed scanner

HP Photosmart 520 film scanner

Lite-On 16X DVD-DL Burner

NEC 8X DVD Burner

Apple iPod 4G 60GB

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My machine:

Manufactured By / Computer Model:

Dell / Dimension 4600

OS:

Windows Vista Home Premium (SP1)

CPU:

Intel Pentium 4 3.0 GHz HT

Memory:

3.0 GB 400Mhz DDR 3200 Dual-Channel

Graphics Card:

NVIDIA GeForce FX 6600 GT OC 128 MB AGP (Manufactured by BFG)

Monitor:

24" Widescreen Dell E248WFP

Sound Card:

Soundblaster Audigy

Hard Drive 1:

80 GB PATA (7200 RPM)

Hard Drive 2:

200 GB PATA (7200 RPM)

Hard Drive 3:

500 GB USB External

Internet Connection:

Cable (8 Mbps down/768 Kbps up)

Other:

Pioneer DVD+/-RW DVR-107D (Burner), D-Link DIR-625 Draft N Wireless Router

***Note: This post has been updated to correspond with minor upgrades.***

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Manufactured By / Computer Model:

Me

OS:

Windows XP Pro SP2

CPU:

Intel Pentium 4, 2.8GHz

Graphics Card:

NVIDIA GeForce4 Ti 4200

Sound Card:

SoundBlaster Audigy 2 ZS

Hard Drive

180GB ide

200GB ide

320GB ide

80GB external

Memory:

1GB

Internet Connection:

128kbps ISDN :(

Other:

Epson Perfection 3170 Photo

16x NEC DL DVD-RW

lite on dvd rom

zip drive

canopus advc-100 capture box

brother laser / lexmark inkjet

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Here goes (there will be two)

Desktop (mostly remoted into)

CPU: AMD Athlon XP 1700

RAM: 512 MB PC2700 DDR

HD: 40GB, 30GB, 160 GB, enough external drives to sink a ship!

Video: ATI Radeon 8500 128MB

Sound: AC97 Onboard

OS: Windows XP Pro SP2

Laptop

CPU: AMD Athlon XP-M 2200

RAM: 512MB PC2700 DDR

HD: 40 GB 5400RPM Laptop Drive

Video: ATI Radeon IGP 300 (Onboard)

Sound: Onboard

OS: Windows XP Home SP2

There's an iBook in the mix for what I use too, but it's a G3. Can you tell I need to do some upgrading? :D

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Processor: AMD Athlon 64 Dual Core

HD: 2x 300Gb 7200 rpm

Memory: 2 Gbs w/ heatspreaders (1gb + 2x 512mbs)

OS: XP Media Center Edition

This is just a gateway computer beefed up by me (added more ram and harddrive space).

Used to have a homebrew, but had a power outtage that fried most of it. The ide cables were melted to the motherboard.

Once I get my own house, i'll be rebuilding my server (hopefully have a total capacity of over a terabyte), and also building my personal use computer as this one will be going into the living room to use as a tv recorder.

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Well girls, here goes nothing.. I've got two machines, one of which will scare the living daylights out of you.

#1 - for entertainment and web browsing

AMD Athlon X2 4800, oc'ed to 2.8 ghz

Windows Server 2003

ATI Radeon X800 GTO 256mb

Onboard NVidia NForce4 audio for games

Delta 1010 for recording and playing music

1.1tb total hard drives

4.0 GB DDR-400

#2 - serious work and bragging rights :)

Quad-Opteron 870 Dual-Core (2.0 ghz x 8 cores)

Tyan Thunder K8QE board

Windows Server 2003 x64, Gentoo Linux for fun

ATI Radeon X600 Pro 256mb + onboard video, 3 monitors

Onboard audio

3.2tb hard drives

16.0 gb DDR-400

Internet Connection:

sucky butt Rogers cable

You should see how fast I can compile Gentoo on that thing :D But it's mostly for heavy processing and database work, I use my Athlon X2 machine for everything else.

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Ok so this is complicated..... and mine are franken-puters from parts.

***got rid of this one***

PC#1 Server

AMD 1.1Ghz

768MB PC133 SDRAM

30GB IDE drive (OS 2 15GB partitions, 1 for Server 2003 1 for Win XP)

3 x 9.1GB SCSI Drives Striped

2 x 18.1GB SCSI Drive Striped

Soundblaster pro

TV tuner card

IDE raid card

SCSI raid card

Some random Nvidia 64MB graphics card

(7 fans to keep this PC cool, it sounds just like a server room)

*** for this one****

Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8Ghz running at 2.6Ghz (I can do 3.4 but 2.6 is fine for now)

2GB ram

2x320GB Maxtor Sata drives

256MB ASUS x1950 crossfire edition

Asus P5B delux mobo

PC#2

1.7GHz Pentium 4

768MB Rambus Memory

20GB IDE OS drive (win xp)

2 x 80GB IDE music drive (mirrored)

200GB IDE games/tv shows/movies

80GB scans drive

PCMCIA dual bay (yes i'm a strange one)

IDE raid built in

TV tuner card

Some random Nvidia 64MB graphics card

Laptop

IBM T21

Win XP

Intel Pentium III 850MHz

512MB PC133 ram

40GB HDD

30GB 2nd HDD in bay

Mac

Power PC 450Mhz

1.5GB of ram

1x30GB for OSX 10.4

2x 80GB IDE for Itunes

SCSI raid controller

32MB graphics card.

and sadly my work PCs

Work #1

Win XP

Intel Core 2 Duo 3.0GHz

1GB ram

40GB SATA drive

Work #2 Laptop

IBM R51

Win XP

Intel Pentium M 1.6GHz

512MB ram

40GB HDD

~Dragon

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Woah! I got the oldest and shittiest computer! Don't you think?

Specs:

os: Windows XP Professional, SP2 :: cpu: Intel Pentium III processor (at 735 MHz) :: mem: 114/127 MB (89%) :: gfx: Intel® 82810E Graphics Controller (1280x1024x16bit 60Hz)

:(

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Desktop:

CPU:

Intel Core 2 Due e6400 @ 3.21 GHz (

Motherboard:

Asus Commando P965

RAM:

2x 1.0GB DDR2 800

HD:

2x 320GB WD SATA 7200rpm

1x 500GB WD SATA 7200rpm

Graphics:

ATI X1950 Pro 256 MB

OS:

XP Pro SP2

Lappy:

CPU:

Pentium M 740 @ 1.73GHz

Motherboard:

Some Intel 915GM board

RAM:

2x 512 MB

HD:

1x 60GB 5400rpm SATA

Graphics:

ATI Mobility X600SE

OS:

XP Pro SP2/Ubuntu 7.10 Dual boot

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Motherboard: Gigabyte ( I don't remember model :P)

CPU : P4 HT 2.8 Ghz Prescott

RAM : 512 Mb

Graphics: ATI Radeon 9800 Pro 256 Mb

Sound: Internal :)

Hard-Disk: Western Digital 120 Gb

OS: Win XP Professional SP2/ AmigaOS 2.01 xD

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Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 @ 2.66 GHz

MSI P35 Neo

2GB (1+1) RAM PC5300

160 GB + 80 GB SATA hard drives

DVD R/RW

Powercolor Radeon X1950 video card

Razer DeathAdder, Razer Copperhead

Razer Mantis-control

Logitech G15 gaming keyboard

Razer Barracuda headset

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I used to be hard core into high performing PCs but I really don't care anymore. I don't play games on PC so it doesnt matter to me. I've got my desktop which is now quite old (5 yrs or so) and then my laptop.

Which is an AMD 64 Athlon, ATI Mobility Radion X600, 2 GB Ram, Running XP Media and dual boot with Linux Ubuntu Feisty Fawn. Dual Layer DVD/CD combo writer.

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My gaming rig getting a little bit old. I might go at dark side and buy an Intel E6650 or higher, they are so cheap.

Desktop:

CPU:

AMD S939 3200+ @ 2.0ghz

Motherboard:

Asus A8V-E SE

RAM:

4x 512mb Kingston DDR 400

HD:

1x 80GB WD IDE 7200rpm

1x 250GB WD IDE 7200rpm

Graphics:

Leadtek Geforce 7600GT 256mb

OS:

XP Pro SP2

Soundcard:

My good old Soundblaster Live! working awesome with my 2.1 Altec Lansing speakers set

Case & PSU:

Cool Nikao Dragonfire case

with a 400w Antec Smartpower PSU

It runs pretty much anything from max to mid graphic options because I still use a 17" HP monitor

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Well I did have an Athlon 64 3000+ until about a fortnight ago when the motherboard died. I guess it was lucky I was looking to upgrade before Christmas.

At the moment I'm using my other half's PC which is the following spec:

Manufactured By / Computer Model:

Built myself from parts

OS:

Ubuntu Linux 7.10 (32-bit)

CPU:

Intel Celeron D 2.53GHz

Graphics Card:

ATI Radeon 9200SE 128MB 8x AGP

Sound Card:

On-board audio (Realtek I think)

Hard Drive:

320GB 7200RPM Maxtor SATA and 200GB 7200RPM Maxtor SATA

Memory:

2 x 512MB DDR 3200 DIMMs and 2 x 128MB DDR 2100 DIMMs.

Internet Connection:

8Mbit ADSL

Other:

Epson Stylus R200 Printer

I'm hoping to upgrade to a dual core CPU although I've not decided what to go for yet (deep down I want to support AMD but I can't ignore the speed of the Core 2 Duo chips).

Rob

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Manufactured By / Computer Model:

Built myself from parts

OS:

Windows XP SP2

CPU:

Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz

Hard Drive:

250GB

Memory:

4GB

Internet Connection:

24Mbit ADSL

Sexy computer time high five!

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Manufactured By / Computer Model:

Built by a localshop

OS:

Windows XP SP2

CPU:

Intel Pentium 4 - 3GHz

Hard Drive:

80GB for the OS and Programs plus 250GB for my files

Memory:

2GB PC-3200 RAM

Video:

GeForce 6600 256MB

Sound:

SB Live! 5.1

Internet Connection:

6mbps Cable

Other:

2 LG Super Multi DVD burners, 4 system fans + CPU fan, 450W Power Supply, 19" Samsung Widescreen LCD, Logitech X-230 speakers, Canon N640P scanner, and a LExmark printer that doesn't work :P

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Self Built

CPU: E6600 Core2 Duo @ 2.7ghz

RAM: 2GB DDR-2 800 PC2-6400 OCZ Platinum Rev.2

MOBO: MSI P965 Platinum

GPU: EVGA 8800GTX

PSU: 650W Antec TRIO

TV Tuner: ATI 650 Theatre Pro PCI edition

Monitor: NEC Multisync 20WMGX2

USB Cord to printer: Generic brand bought from staples ~$12

Paper for Printer: Staples 500 sheet generic printing paper

Network Cable: Radioshack 30ft ethernet cable

Keyboard: HP internet Keyboard

Mouse: Logitech G5

Total HDD space: ~600GB between 5hdds

Printer: HP photosmart C4200 All-in-One series

OS: Windows XP Sp2

DVD Drive: LG SuperMulti DVD-DL +-RW Burner

Headphones: Sennheiser HD 435

Speakers: Labtech 2.1 Speakers and subwoofer

Coaxal TV Cable to TV tuner: 2x gold contact Monster RG-6 coaxial cables

ATX2 complient Tower: Cooler Master Centurion 5 (know its a mediocre tower for the beast I have)

Videogame controllers: Ps2 dual shock with usb adapter, xbox1 controller with usb adapter and free xbcd drivers, Microsoft Sidewinder usb gamepad, Red Octane Ignition 3.0 dancepad with usb connector.

Power Bar: Staples 7 plug power bar with phone line jack and co-axial jack ~$30

Computer Desk chair: Brand(not sure) purchased from Staples

Computer desk: Glass & metal from From Walmart for $109

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